Bulloch County - City Clerk (Statesboro) - Execution Dockets
Scope and Contents
Execution dockets are used by the court to document the execution of judgments in civil cases. The bound volumes comprising this series contain information that includes: (1) names of attorneys involved; (2) names of the parties involved; (3) an enumeration of the judgment and cost of the case including that of principal, interest, attorney's fees, Clerk's costs and Sheriff's costs; (4) date the fifa (fieri facias) was handed to the Sheriff for collection; (5) the disposition of the case or judgment rendered; (6) the case number, and (7) the date and term of court (term of court often not given in early volumes) in which the case appeared.
- Created: 1904-1927
- Bulloch County (Ga.) (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
4.43 Cubic Feet
Language of Materials
Entries are arranged and listed in chronological order by date. Most volumes contain an index in which the defendants are listed in alphabetical order by the initial letter of their surname. The volumes are listed by their number and the date span in which their cases occurred.
- Bulloch County - City Clerk (Statesboro) - Execution Dockets
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